Two By Two Farms

Who We Are

We are a home educating family in North GA striving to raise our family to love the Lord, love each other, and love hard work. We are farm to table producers of milk goat and cow,) eggs (duck, quail, and chicken,) vegetables, and meat (chicken, duck, quail, lamb, beef, and rabbit.) Robert is a Masters prepared Engineer who caught the vision for sustainable farming after his own health transformation and out of a desire to be more self reliant. Sonia is an RN with an Animal Science Degree who was raised on a hobby farm in Indiana and desired to get back to her roots in order to raise her children the same way. Our children are involved in every aspect of the farm. We raise heritage breeds including Nigerian goats, East Fresian Dairy Sheep, Gulf Coast Dual Purpose Sheep, Silver Fox Rabbits, Cotournix Quail, Muscovy Ducks, and Old Rhode Island Red and Plymouth Rock Chickens. Our vision is to be sustainable, natural, and organic where possible. We desire that our farm serves our community through education, farm to table production, and farm store sales.

Why We Farm

We farm because we desire to:

  • Establish a family farm that will last through the generations
    • Proverbs 13:22
  • Encourage and teach our children homesteading skills
    • Deuteronomy 4:10
    • Psalm 32:8
  • Teach our children to love hard work
    • Colossians 3:23
  • Exercise dominion over the blessings God has given us
    • Proverbs 28:19 and Proverbs 27:23

What We Offer

Our farm store offerings include:

  • Milk (Raw Goat and Raw Cow Milk)
  • Eggs (Chicken, Duck, and Quail)
  • Meat (Beef, Chicken, Duck, Lamb, Quail, Rabbit)
  • Coffee – Organic Private Label
  • Essential Oils – Our own brand
  • Supplements – Organic
  • Coconut and Olive Oil
  • Maple Syrup
  • Honey
  • Grains
  • Victor Dog Food – made in the US grain free
  • Countryside Organics Feed

What We Are Involved In

  • Weston A Price
  • Georgia Organics
  • Georgia Beef Producers
  • Georgia Sheep Producers
  • Georgia Grown
  • Livestock Conservancy
  • Gulf Coast Sheep Association